Due to not finding a job or accommodation, I was all set to move back to my mums. Then I went for a job interview - low paid, below my qualifications - I did not get the job, but was instead offered a job at the same level I do now. The catch being it’s temporary to cover sickness - could last for 2 weeks, 2 months or 2 years - so as I couldn’t rent on that, with no guarantee of income, I turned it down (they said to call back if I changed my mind) and I decided to stick to my plan to move back home. Two days later I am offered suitable, affordable social housing accommodation, in the town I currently live in. My younger brother died tragically and very unexpectedly that same day. I am still processing this and I don’t think it’s helping my decision making. He had only recently left home and, if I went home, I would be sleeping in what was his room. This does not completely put me off, but I’m not sure that me being at home all the time is going to help my grief or my mum’s grief and adapting process in the long-term. However, I have now been warned away from the job I was offered by somebody who currently works there and had also turned the job down. It’s not an environment worth working in apparently. I can afford the offered flat without full time work - that’s the point of them - and it would be less disruptive to my daughter, but I haven’t actually seen it yet, so... What to do? Any thoughts? Thank you.